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updated: 5/24/2013 6:59 PM

Report: Rush gives up final games at Allstate

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By Daily Herald News Services

According to a published report, the Chicago Rush has played its last home game this season at Allstate Arena in Rosemont.

The Chicago franchise, which was taken over by the Arena Football League three weeks ago, had two July home dates scheduled at Allstate Arena, but those games will be moved to other locations, according to a Crain's Chicago Business report that confirmed the action through Allstate Arena general manager Pat Nagle.

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The Crain's report said the July 13 game against Cleveland will be moved to Rockford, and the July 27 contest against San Jose could be played in San Jose. Two June games for the Rush were previously scheduled for Rockford when the season began, so the team has no more games set in Rosemont.

Here is a link to the Crain's report.

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